high efficiency washers

Laundry facilities are located at the campground for guests to use. Three 50 year old Speed Queen washing machines are being gradually replaced by new high efficiency Maytag commercial units. We have replaced one at a time over the past two years, and as you can see in the photo we have one left. This last unit will be replaced this spring. The new washers use less water and electricity than the old units, and customers seem to like them better. Hopefully these new machines last as long as the Speed Queens they are replacing.

(above: new Maytag high efficiency commercial washers, last old Speed Queen on right)

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About thomas

I'm currently a graduate Water Resources Engineering student studying at the University of Guelph in Ontario, Canada. I completed a B.S. in Geosciences last year at the University of Montana, while taking additional courses in energy technology and history. I have a strong interest in renewable energy and resource conservation, and plan to continue pursuing interests in this area.
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